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MILLWALL fans and local residents will have the chance to see the area around The Den and how it might look in 10 years' time this weekend.

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Rotherham 1 Charlton 1

CHARLTON head coach Bob Peeters has dismissed any claims of a snub towards Rotherham boss Steve Evans.

The Millers boss was left raging post-match that his team did not get a penalty for handball - even though Johnnie Jackson dismissed the claim as the ball came off his chest.

And there were suggestions that Peeters had angered Evans by also missing the full-time handshake.

But the Belgian said: "Apparently he's a bit angry with me but I always go first to the referee with my players and then afterwards I go for a drink - if he lets me in!

"I never do it [shake hands on the whistle]. I had it one time when I went straight to the manager [Wigan's Uwe Rosler] and I nearly got in a fight - so that's why I go first on the pitch.

"There's nothing against their manager. He's doing his job and I'm doing my job. Afterwards we drink a beer, no problem."

The Addicks took the lead when Yohann Be... read on

Rotherham 1 Charlton 1

CHARLTON head coach Bob Peeters has dismissed any claims of a snub towards Rotherham boss Steve Evans.

T... read on


MILLWALL had by far the better of the game but could not grind out a winner in a tense stalemate at The Den today.

The Lions had the better of... read on


MILLWALL fans and local residents will have the chance to see the area around The Den and how it might look in 10 years' time this weekend.

It... read on


AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley says his side should be higher in the table but they have conceded too many goals.

The Dons won for the first t... read on


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